A colleague in another city and I are working on the same project, with a 
GitHub repository to synch up, i.e., we push to, and pull/fetch from the 
remote GitHub repository.

I created a branch the other day.  Let's say I was in 'maintrunk'.  I 

git checkout -b temporary

and made some changes in 'temporary' which is a terminal branch to support 
a specific temporary usage. 

>From this point, 1) what is the simplest way for me to get the GitHub repo 
synched with 'temporary' and 2) what is the simplest way for him to bring 
over 'temporary' without touching his local version of 'maintrunk'?  For 
example, at what point should he do a 'git checkout'?  Should he do a 'git 
checkout -b' to create the new branch in his local repo, or rely on a fetch 
or pull?


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